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Thu, 26 Jul 2012 15:06:20 GMT
Updated CFL Rosters

We updated the CFL rosters this morn.

BC Lions
Calgary Stampeders
Edmonton Eskimos
Saskatchewan Roughriders
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Toronto Argonauts
Montreal Alouettes
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 20:49:46 GMT
My NHL Fun
Here's what I'd do to improve the NHL game. These thoughts are feasible, although I doubt everyody will agree with them or their feasibility.
  1. Reduce game roster to 19 from 20. This will reduce the ability for teams to put goons who otherwise can't play on the 4th line. NHLPA might not like this as it could be suggested this may remove 30 players from the NHL. Since we haven't reduced the 23 man roster, this isn't exactly true. Either way, the next item will more than compensate.
  2. Add more expansion teams; Quebec City, Kitchener/London, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Seattle. This will add new spots for the NHLPA. Kitchener is out of range for all of Buffalo, Toronto and Detroit and brings a new team to southern Ontario (sorry Hamilton). Quebec City should never have lost a team. Teams in Kansas City, Las Vegas and Seattle will increase US TV coverage.
  3. As expansion teams are added, consider reducing game rosters to 18.
  4. Every team plays every other team at home and away every 2 years. That's 29+ games accounted for. The rest of the games would be divisional or tournament (see tournaments below), no extra out of division conference games.
  5. All divisional winners plus the next teams to 6 teams in each conference receive a 1st round buy. The next 4 teams play a two out of three playoff to advance. Teams are reseated every round with no account to divisional placement. Conference winners meet in the finals.
  6. Refs call the same game in the playoffs as the regular season. The playoffs is not a testiment of your ability to play with a broken foot or torn ACL. Kunitz and Cooke were the real Conn Smythe winners this last playoff. Just ask the Red Wings defense who were afraid to go into the corner in game 7.
  7. Follow up to Cooke and Kunitz, hitting a d-man on a shoot-in is called charging. No rule change required, just call it.
  8. Investigate 4 on 4 hockey. Let's start with a handful of AHL games. I'm almost positive this will create a better game.
  9. Suspend obvious dives one game to start. Repeat offenders get increasing larger suspensions.
  10. Fighting major is an automatic misconduct. Repeat offenses are one game suspensions. Third offense are multi-game suspensions.
  11. No touch icing when iced from behind the blueline.
  12. Missed passes are not icing. It's already a rule that missed two line passes are not icing, it's just not called. Intentional misses remains an icing, as are difficult to hand passes. Defensive deflections do not obviate icings either.
  13. Shooting the puck from the defensive zone over the boards in the offensive zone is not a penalty. This applies only when the player is shooting it from behind his blueline and the puck crosses out-of-play inside the other teams blueline.
  14. On an icing shot from inside the blueline and not a missed pass, the defensive player centerman stands outside the faceoff circle.
  15. Clearing the puck out of play and icing from inside the blueline should have the same rules. Either both are penalties (rather not) or both are uncontended faceoffs (see previous) and defensive team may not change players.
  16. Any delay on a faceoff where the defensive team may not change is called a timeout on the defensive team. Subsequent delays are a penalty, even if legitimate. Absolute rules are required or refs will be complacent.
  17. Examine breakaway situations instead of timed penalties. When a penalty occurs, the offended player is given the puck at centre ice and all other players must be behind the far blueline. Ref blows his whistle to resume play. Powerplays are so boring. On a major penalty, a player still sits for the duration of his timed penalty, but the team remains at full strength.
  18. Assuming breakaway situations, the offending team is not aloud to change players. The offended player may not change either unless obviously injured, ref's discretion.
  19. Start the NHL season AT LEAST one month earlier. I still like the June finish. NHLPA might not like this.
  20. The NHL pre-season is reorganized into an elimination style tournament. Each team plays 5-7 games with winners playing winners and losers playing losers. The result of this tournament determines all tie-breakers in the regular season. These games do not count in the standings.
  21. Mid-season elimination style tournament occurs between late November and early February. These games count in the standings. The location of the games are played in a neutral city.
  22. Every team is required to play at least one neutral site game and specifically not in an existing NHL city. For example, the Flames and Oilers might play in Red Deer. This might start as an exhibition game, but the intent is to make this game count.
  23. New NHL arenas should be required to have at least 20,000 seats.
  24. Three stars of the game are formulized into an award.
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 02:11:01 GMT
Tell the Stars You're Upset

Are you upset about the stupid court ruling? Then tell the NHL teams. I bought tickets to a Dallas Stars home game versus St Louis this year. I'm telling the Dallas franchise that I'm never doing that again, because they won't put a team in Hamilton. Go to the following webpage and find someone to email with your own negative thoughts...

http://stars.nhl.com/team/app/?service=page&page=NHLPage&id=8501

Or send their ticket personel an email here...

mailto:starsindividualtickets@dallasstars.com

Here's the email I sent them...

I bought tickets to the Dallas v St Louis game this year. I will never buy tickets to another Dallas home game until there's an NHL team in Hamilton.
Thanks,

Randy Charles Morin
http://www.talk-sports.com
http://www.kbcafe.com
Tue, 02 Jun 2009 13:38:06 GMT
Stand Up to the Sabres

One of the NHL teams that is likely against Hamilton having an NHL team is the Buffalo Sabres. Let's stand up to them and tell them that we will not buy Sabres tickets until there's an NHL team in Hamilton. Simply go to there website contact form.

http://sabres.nhl.com/team/contactus.htm

Add your details in the comment form and tell them you refuse to buy Sabres tickets till there's an NHL team in Hamilton. My son is on the SabreKidz Club, so I'll add that tidbit as well. If we put enough pressure on the Sabres, then we can get them to help us bring a team to Hamilton. There's clearly enough fans in the golden horseshoe to support three teams and without us Canadians, the Sabres would have long been relocated (possibly to Hamilton).

Mon, 01 Jun 2009 02:21:38 GMT
Stand Up to the Leafs (Toronto FC)

If you want a team in Hamilton, then we need to stand up against the people who are truly fighthing this. That's the Toronto Maple Leafs. Again, I'm not asking you to forfeit Leaf tickets as that would never work. Instead, I'm asking you to tell Toronto FC, the soccer team owned by the same MLSE as the Toronto Maple Leafs, that you won't buy tickets until there's an NHL team in Hamilton. Unfortunately, TFC doesn't have any electronic contact method, so the best we can do is put a messages on their Facebook fanpage. Please goto the fan page and write that you won't buy tickets until there's a NHL team in Hamilton.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Toronto-FC/10611651804?ref=nf

Fri, 29 May 2009 01:28:40 GMT
Stand Up to the Leafs (Raptors)

How do we get a team in Hamilton? Stand up to the NHL. Stand up to the Leafs. I'm not gonna bother asking people to forfeit their Toronto Maple Leafs tickets because that's pointless and I doubt you'd do it anyway. Instead, I'm asking you to hit the Maple Leafs where it might actually hurt; the Raptors. You see, both teams are owned by the same parent company.

I'm asking you to send a message to the Raptors and tell them that you refuse to buy any more tickets to Raptor games until there is an NHL team playing in Hamilton. Go to the following webpage.

http://www.nba.com/raptors/contact/contactusnew.html

Click the Ticket information or Fan mail contact link or BOTH (yes, do both). Their security certificate is invalid, so you might get a warning. Ignore the warning and continue. Submit your name, email and a short message telling the Raptors that you will not buy another Raptor ticket until there's an NHL team in Hamilton.

Thu, 28 May 2009 21:38:59 GMT
Let's Stand Up to the NHL

It's too bad that the media simply reports the lies coming from the NHL about the Coyotes. It wouldn't take much courage to sit there and being laughing at them. Sure the NHL would black-balled you, but you represent integrity. When they report stuff like this, then you should laugh.

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=424166

Weeks ago, the NHL reported they were not in control of the Coyotes. When the Coyotes declared bankruptcy, the NHL changed their mind and claimed they had taken control of the team from the owners. A month later, the courts disagreed as the NHL couldn't produce the documents they claimed to have.

Then the NHL claimed they controlled the rights to a second southern Ontario team and that this had nothing to do with the Sabres or the Leafs. Yet how many teams have moved in the last 10-20 years? Hartford? Winnipeg? Quebec? Dallas? How many times have we heard rumors of southern U.S. teams moving to Kansas City? Why was it made public that the Leafs would allow a 2nd Toronto team solely if they paid rent at the ACC? Why did some U.S. politicians petition the courts with concerns about the Sabres franchise?

Everybody knows it's just the NHL being the NHL again. Just as they did with Nashville (which is still in trouble). The Trashers are still in trouble. The Leafs gave $millions to the Lightning late (also in trouble) in the season and Bettman didn't seem to have any problem with that blatant circumvention of the NHL rules.

Why does the NHLPA put up with the NHL protecting broken teams at the expense of their revenue share?

I know why! Too many chickens. Nobody with the guts to stand up to Bettman, the Leafs and the Sabres. What we need is someone with the balls to do it. Like Balsillie. He's the solution to the current NHL problem. Let's support him. And let's stand up to the NHL and tell them that we want a team in Hamilton. Let's stand up to the Leafs. Let's stand up to the Sabres.

Mon, 25 May 2009 14:11:46 GMT
HamiltonCougars.com

I blocked off HamiltonCougars.com and HamiltonOntarios.com. If Balsillie's team ends up with those names, then I'll exchange them for 2 tickets to a game.

http://www.hamiltoncougars.com/

Thu, 02 Apr 2009 03:49:43 GMT
Maples Leafs Grades

Here's my final grades on your 2008-09 Toronto Maple Leafs.

  1. A+ Alexei Ponikarovsky - 23 goals on less than 16 minutes per game and best of all he was +8 on a mostly minus team.
  2. A Luke Schenn - In limited ice-time, he finished 18th in hits thrown.
  3. A Mikhail Grabovski - The rookie tallied more points than Stamkos.
  4. A Niklas Hagman - Good two-way players and we have him locked up for 3 more years.
  5. A Nik Antropov - Career high goals and good trade bait.
  6. A Andre Deveaux - He played 21 games on the big club. Who'd a guessed that last September.
  7. A Dominic Moore - Claimed him off waivers and traded him for a 2nd round pick in just over a year. Not bad.
  8. A Jeremy Williams - According to Ron Wilson, he doesn't play well defensively from the press box. WTF!?
  9. A Carlo Calaiacovo - Finally turned into the NHL player we new he would be. Unfortunately, we traded him first.
  10. B+ Ian White - The + is for effort.
  11. B Tomas Kaberle - He didn't step up and become a leader.
  12. B Matt Stajan - He's not a #1 center, but was forced to fill-in as one.
  13. B Pavel Kubina - Solid d-man
  14. B Nikolai Kulemin - 10th in rookie goals.
  15. B Jonas Frogen - Good start.
  16. B Phil Oreskovic - WOW! He played 10 games in the NHL.
  17. B Anton Stralman - Improving.
  18. B Brian Burke - Interesting moves.
  19. C Jason Blake - Better, but still not earning anywhere near his salary.
  20. C Jeff Finger - Didn't earn his salary, but not entirely his fault.
  21. C Mike Van Ryn - Looked good on the ice, not so much in the medical room.
  22. C Vesa Toskala - Leafs won't get better unless the goaltending gets better.
  23. C Brad May - Great team man, but he's a candidate for retirement.
  24. C John Mitchell - Has the talent to play in the NHL, but doesn't show it during the games.
  25. C Tim Stapleton - First NHL goal and great AHL rookie season.
  26. C Jeffrey Hamilton - Good depth player.
  27. C Martin Gerber - I think we got brownie points for taking his salary.
  28. C Curtis Joseph - Stunk before Christmas, but played better since. Retire already!
  29. C Ron Wilson - Didn't have much to work with.
  30. D Lee Stempniak - Do we really have to pay this guy $3.5 million next year?
  31. D Jamal Mayers - Kulemin threw more hits.
  32. D Jiri Tlusty - Finally clicked in the AHL. He might get another chance next year.
  33. D Kris Newbury - Injured!
  34. D Alex Steen - Lost patience with him and got traded.
  35. D Jay Harrison - Leaving for Europe was a bad career move.
  36. D Staffan Kronwall - Lost him on waivers. Not a biggy.
  37. D Jamie Sifers - Didn't progress.
  38. D Boyd Devereaux - He stunk with the Marlies.
  39. D Ben Ondrus - HuH? They didn't have anything better when they played him in 11 games?
  40. D Ryan Hollweg - We actually traded a 5th rounder for him.
  41. D Mark Bell - Contract is over. Bye!
  42. D Justin Pogge - Horrible.
  43. D Cliff Fletcher - Stunk.
Mon, 24 Nov 2008 14:47:15 GMT
AHL Players Updated

We just updated all the AHL rosters for the 2008-09 season.

Albany River Rats
Binghamton Senators
Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Chicago Wolves
Grand Rapids Griffins
Hamilton Bulldogs
Hartford Wolf Pack
Hershey Bears
Houston Aeros
Iowa Stars
Lake Erie Monsters
Lowell Devils
Manchester Monarchs
Manitoba Moose
Milwaukee Admirals
Norfolk Admirals
Peoria Rivermen
Philadelphia Phantoms
Portland Pirates
Providence Bruins
Quad City Flames
Rochester Americans
Rockford IceHogs
San Antonio Rampage
Springfield Falcons
Syracuse Crunch
Toronto Marlies
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Worcester Sharks
Sat, 21 Jun 2008 02:51:52 GMT
CFL on Talk-Sports

I added pages for all the CFL players today.

BC Lions
Calgary Stampeders
Edmonton Eskimos
Saskatchewan Roughriders
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Toronto Argonauts
Montreal Alouettes
Tue, 17 Jul 2007 15:58:56 GMT
WWE Fan Forums

We've added WWE fan forums for all the popular wrestlers.

Shelton Benjamin Fans
Lance Cade Fans
Carly Colón Fans
John Cena Fans
Shawn Daivari Fans
Jim Duggan Fans
Shad Gaspard Fans
Charlie Haas Fans
Jeff Hardy Fans
Jayson Paul Fans
Brian Kendrick Fans
Booker Huffman Fans
Bobby Lashley Fans
Paul London Fans
Anthony Carelli Fans
The Highlanders Fans
Ken Anderson Fans
Trevor Rhodes Fans
Randy Orton Fans
Cody Runnels Fans
Darren Matthews Fans
Jim Fullington Fans
Gene Snitsky Fans
Super Crazy Fans
Eddie Fatu Fans
Sean Morley Fans
Jillian Hall Fans
Mickie James Fans
Maria Kanellis Fans
Melina Perez Fans
Candice Michelle Fans
Beth Phoenix Fans
Mike Chioda Fans
Jack Doan Fans
Chad Patton Fans
Jonathan Coachman Fans
Lilian Garcia Fans
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Jerry Lawler Fans
Sharmell Sullivan Fans
Jim Ross Fans
Dusty Rhodes Fans
Ron Simmons Fans
Hazem Ali Fans
Shawn Michaels Fans
Kayfabe Fans
Concussion Fans
Triple H Fans
Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch Fans
Paul London and Brian Kendrick Fans
Cryme Tyme Fans
Dave Bautista Fans
Jimmy Reiher, Jr. Fans
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Linda McMahon Fans
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Vince McMahon Fans
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Wed, 07 Feb 2007 22:45:31 GMT
PGA Player Girlfriend Forums

I create a couple hundred PGA player girlfriend forums. If anybody is interested.

Vijay Singh Girlfriend
John Rollins Girlfriend
Aaron Baddeley Girlfriend
Charles Howell III Girlfriend
Paul Goydos Girlfriend
Tiger Woods Girlfriend
Charley Hoffman Girlfriend
Jeff Quinney Girlfriend
Luke Donald Girlfriend
Adam Scott Girlfriend
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Heath Slocum Girlfriend
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Trevor Immelman Girlfriend
Robert Allenby Girlfriend
Brandt Snedeker Girlfriend
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K.J. Choi Girlfriend
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Andrew Buckle Girlfriend
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Cliff Kresge Girlfriend
Jim Furyk Girlfriend
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J.B. Holmes Girlfriend
Nick Watney Girlfriend
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Craig Kanada Girlfriend
Geoff Ogilvy Girlfriend
Steve Stricker Girlfriend
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Doug LaBelle II Girlfriend
Ted Purdy Girlfriend
John Senden Girlfriend
J.J. Henry Girlfriend
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Charlie Wi Girlfriend
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